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Zak Failla

Urgent News Reporter zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Zak! worked as a sports editor at the Shoshone News Press in northern Idaho and as a sports writer at the Ithaca Journal before making his way to The Daily Voice. A graduate of Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communication, he is a self-proclaimed cat and juggling enthusiast. 

Zak Failla's Contributions

  1. Police Issue 73 Tickets In I-684 'Speed Week' Detail

    Police Issue 73 Tickets In I-684 'Speed Week' Detail

    “Speed Week” got off to a rousing start this week, as state police troopers doled out scores of tickets during a special speed enforcement detail on I-684 in Westchester.State police issued 57 speeding tickets, five tickets to motorists not wearing seatbelts and 11 other summons for violations of vehicle and traffic law on Thursday. In total, 73 tickets were given out by ...

  2. Hudson Valley Man Charged With Sexual Abuse Of Child

    Hudson Valley Man Charged With Sexual Abuse Of Child

    A joint law enforcement investigation led to the arrest of a Hudson Valley man who allegedly sexually abused a child, state police announced on Friday.The Troop F Child Abuse Unit in Sullivan County announced the arrest of Middletown resident Edward Dunn, 45, following a joint investigation with Sullivan County Child Protective Services, which determined that Dunn allegedly had sexual ...

  3. Probe Into Four Deaths Prompts Massive Kia Recall

    Probe Into Four Deaths Prompts Massive Kia Recall

    More than 500,000 Kias are being recalled after a glitch was discovered that may prevent airbags from deploying, as investigators continue their probe into four deaths that may have been related to the vehicles.The recall of 507,000 Kias comes after the announcement by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it was investigating why airbags had failed to deploy in Kias ...

  4. Ex-Postal Worker Charged In Connection With Westchester Mail Thefts

    Ex-Postal Worker Charged In Connection With Westchester Mail Thefts

    A former U.S. Postal Service employee who recently resigned from her post in Yonkers is among two who local residents who have been arrested in connection to mail theft in the area.Following the recent rash of recently reported stolen mail in the region - which has led to multiple arrests in multiple cases in Westchester - Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano and Police Commissioner Charles Gardner ...

  5. New Rochelle Schools Superintendent Announces Intention To Step Down

    New Rochelle Schools Superintendent Announces Intention To Step Down

    After just four years at the helm of the school district, New Rochelle Superintendent Brian Osborne has announced his intention to step down from his position.In a statement released by the school district on Friday morning, officials announced that Osborne would finish out the next academic before resigning, effective June 30 next year.“We are writing to share an update that ...

  6. 25-Year-Old Sentenced For Armed Robbery Of Two Men In Westchester

    25-Year-Old Sentenced For Armed Robbery Of Two Men In Westchester

    A 24-year-old man from Westchester is heading to prison after being found guilty for his role in an armed robbery with his teenage cohort.Westchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino, Jr. announced on Thursday that Yonkers resident Lamont McLean has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for the armed robbery of two men.At approximately 4:40 p.m. on July 26, 2016, McLean and ...

  7. 110K-Signature Petition To Restore TZB As Official Name Delivered To Cuomo

    110K-Signature Petition To Restore TZB As Official Name Delivered To Cuomo

    What’s in a name?The battle over naming rights of the new Tappan Zee Bridge came to a head on Thursday, as several members of Save Our Tappan Zee, a group dedicated to preserving the bridge’s namesake, printed out a change.org petition that garnered nearly 110,000 signatures from local residents lambasting the name “Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.”On Thursday, the delegation traveled to the ...

  8. Northern Westchester Woman Sentenced For Posing As Attorney

    Northern Westchester Woman Sentenced For Posing As Attorney

    The 42-year-old Northern Westchester woman who fraudulently posed as an attorney and represented a client in court has been sentenced to several years probation.Peekskill resident Delilah Torres has been sentenced to five years probation after being found guilty of a felony count of first-degree offering a false instrument for filing after she falsely portrayed herself as a lawyer in ...

  9. Week-Long Police Crackdown On Speeding Motorists Starts

    Week-Long Police Crackdown On Speeding Motorists Starts

    In an effort to cut down on dangerous driving in the region, New York State Police troopers have kicked off “Speed Week,” in which they will target speeding and aggressive motorists.“Speed Week” kicked off on Thursday, June 7 and will last through Wednesday, June 13.According to state police, speeding is listed as a contributing factor in nearly one-third of all fatal crashes in New ...

  10. Victim In Viral Video Incident Declines To Press Charges Against Bouncer

    Victim In Viral Video Incident Declines To Press Charges Against Bouncer

    The criminal investigation into an incident at a Poughkeepsie bar that was caught on video and went viral on social media has ended after the patron who was put in a chokehold declined to press charges, police said.A police investigation was launched earlier this week, when a video of a bouncer at Milo’s Cantina on Main Street in Poughkeepsie went viral, where he is seen putting the ...

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